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Ethics & the Environment, Volume 5, Number 2, Fall 2000

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor's Note

Conference Papers:

Introduction: Toward an Inclusive Health Ethic for Humans and Ecosystems
Elisabeth A. Boetzkes and Jason Scott Robert
Limitations on an Inclusive Definition of Ecosystem-Human Health
David Castle
Vegetarianism and Planetary Health
Michael Allen Fox
A Prudential Argument for Precaution under Uncertainty and High Risk
Stephen Haller
Wild Ontology: Radical Empiricism and Environmental Pragmatism
Jason Scott Robert
Are Environmentalists Hysterical or Paranoid? Metaphors of Care and 'Environmental Security'
Raymond A. Rogers
Biotechnology, the Limits of Norton's Convergence Hypothesis, and Implications for an Inclusive Concept of Health
Marc A. Saner
Farm Animals' Challenge to Ecological Thinking
Tom Settle
Phenomenological Reflections on Ecosystem Health
Ingrid Leman Stefanovic
Biocentrism and Human Health
James P. Sterba

Articles:

Integrating Ethical Frameworks for Animals, Humans, and Nature: A Critical Feminist Eco-Socialist Analysis
Val Plumwood

Author Notes

Index of Volume 5


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